For those interested in knowing how much the winning bids were for the contracts announced today for the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, it might be tough. The contract values are confidential, and the DNC committee won’t disclose them. ...Read More »
Charlotte-based construction company Rodgers is part of a team that has won the construction management contract for the 2012 Democratic National Convention. The DNC today announced the recipients of the construction manager, event architect and exposition and event services provider ...Read More »
It was August, and Crest Properties had just bought a 3,100-square-foot house at 1614 Meadowlark Landing Drive in the Lawing Pond neighborhood in Charlotte. The subsidiary of Indianapolis-based Timberstone Homes had planned to renovate, and then sell, the 4-year-old home. ...Read More »
In 2006, before the recession, the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association had 8,152 members. Today, its membership is thinner by about 1,407, a decline that, no doubt, is a byproduct of the market’s downturn. It’s not as much of an exodus ...Read More »
Union County’s building inspection department moved Thursday into renovated space on the ground floor of the Union County Government Center, 500 N. Main St., in Monroe. The department had been operating from the seventh floor of the government center for about a ...
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The city of Rock Hill, S.C., has been chosen as a National League of Cities Showcase City — and one of its mixed-use projects has been recognized in the economic development category. The Riverwalk project is a planned 1,008-acre pedestrian- ...Read More »
Catawba County commissioners have agreed to rezone land along N.C. Hwy. 150 to make way for a shopping center. At their Monday meeting, commissioners supported changing the zoning of the 1.84 acres from residential to highway commercial-conditional at the request of Scott Gilleland. ...
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A controversial proposed change to the city of Charlotte’s Post Construction Controls Ordinance is one step closer to becoming reality. On Monday, the City Council’s Environment Committee voted 3-2 to recommend removing a natural-area requirement from the PCCO, a change that many in ...Read More »